Thursday, 26 July 2012

Wildlife of Africa: Poaching Endangered animals under the satellite

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Elephants are poached for their beautiful horns. Protection is
always needed to help baby elephants Pic by Imaginative Traveller
Throughout the beautiful African countries with its amazing wildlife, poaching of animals is not something new. If poachers were killing or hunting animals for trade, there would be no single animal left in the beautiful African continent apart from its rich culture. Despite the end of slave trade and the need for raw material for the European industries the legacy still remains for the need of these once precious animals in different parts of the world and hence the destruction of many wildlife habitat just to fulfill the needs and wants of the animal and body parts enthusiast.

Norman Carr devoted his years of his life to the ‘Save the Rhino’
campaign aimed at eradicating the rampant poaching of the
Valley’s rhinoceros population.
How do people talk of animal rights and the protection of endangered animal species in their backyard when the plight of the local people is already at stake after endless civil wars in many of the countries of Africa where all the beautiful wildlife come into contact with people running away from the onslaught of a civil war?  What is the current protection of wildlife all over Africa? Just a few amazing facts about elephant ivory is that 23 tones of  elephant ivory as far as the number of  elephants poached lingers to around 2,500 elephants.

While some countries have made headways in the animal protection and survival of the African elephant, the white and black rhino and many other endangered animal species of Africa the inadequate wildlife and animal protection efforts by many of these beautiful African countries where tourism is or could be a source of foreign exchange is not good enough and thereby making the chances for porches to parch elephants, lions, hippopotamus, small animals apes and any animals which is of value with little deterrence.

Do you blame the civil wars for the endless wave of poaching, deforestation and destruction of the beautiful natural habitat with all its animal diversity in many of the African rainforest and the beautiful African deserts where the few pockets of animals existing are on the verge of being parched to extinction? Are all the resources being pumped up to these forsaken animal sanctuaries really prepared to be what they need to portray as safe heavens for all the beautiful flora and fauna found in these habitats. Is the local person who has been living with these animals deterred from entering these forest day and day out as far as his tradition tells him? People get puzzled due to proper information and communication which becomes had to come by as far as conservation and protection of endangered animal species is concerned.

If parching was a way of life according to the natives for the sake of food shelter and clothing, whey doesn’t it ring a bell that the animals in the different protected animal habitat are protected by law and people who parch these animals are liable to prosecution. Why not assume that the “hand the law” can not penetrate the thick rich rainforest, the beautiful vast Savannah lands and the amazing African deserts on time to catch the poachers who might be far gone and resting on the beach in a different continent awaiting to hear on the news statements like these:
“February 17, 2012. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cameroon: 200 Elephants Killed in Park”

“Feb 17, 2012. By Tansa Musa. YAOUNDE. Poachers kill 200 elephants in Cameroon killing spree. (Reuters) - Poachers have killed more than 200 elephants in Cameroon in just six weeks, in a "massacre" fuelled by Asian demand for ivory.”

“July 05, 2012. Jeremy Hance. Poacher known as 'Morgan' behind devastating massacre at Okapi Wildlife Reserve”

“July 23, 2012. Jerome Starkey, Africa Correspondent. The Times
Six people killed as poachers raid okapi refuge”

“April 21, 2012. BBC News Africa. Kenya rangers shoot dead five suspected poachers. Wildlife rangers have shot dead five suspected ivory poachers during a gun battle in western Kenya.”

“July 10, 2012 By Rashme Sehgal Poachers active in flood-hit parks”

“April 21, 2012. By PETER MWAI. Daily Nation. Five suspected poachers gunned down in Pokot”

“July 26, 2012. Sohrab Hossain, Patuakhali . Bangladesh. The Daily Star
Ten thousand deer poached every year: Survey”

“17 JULY 2012. FRANCE 24. 281 rhinos killed by poachers in S. Africa this year. AFP - Poachers in South Africa have killed 281 rhinos so far this year, with the world-famous Kruger National Park accounting for over half the killings, authorities said Tuesday.”

“JULY 14, 2012. RAPHAEL MWADIME, THE STAR (NAIROBI), Kenya: Poachers Kill an Elephant in Tsavo”

While poachers are killing around 100 elephants a year in Kenya and at the same time,  and you hear on the news that poachers kill 200 elephants in Cameroon killing spree you definitely come to know that something is being done about poaching. Its either the culprits are being brought into books or vanish in thin air. For the poachers who meet with the law enforcement agencies, lives are always lost while fighting these poachers and as most of these poaching activities are always operating in increasingly sophisticated gangs.
While some poachers are just the common people who use the primitive weapons to hunt these beautiful animals, the diet of bush meat in many of the West African countries has a lot to do with the increased poaching as well.

Beautiful african animals of
African savannah pic by Jane Lurie
If people blame the East for the increased use and consumption of many animal body parts the African culture of bush meat  is a widespread practice which is and has been threatening many endangered and rare animal species of the rainforest  including chimpanzees, gorillas, forest elephants, antelopes, deer, monkeys and birds.

 Bush meat is one of the biggest threats to many animals not only in West Africa but in central Africa and some parts of South Africa as well.  The poaching of wild animals for the sake of meat is not only a common act in Africa.  According to The Daily Star of Bangladesh “Ten thousand deer are poached every year.  When  we go back to basics the protein content which is needed to feed the growing population with little buying power creates a lucrative market for those who can have access to these beautiful forests where these African animals large and medium-sized animals are vanishing from regions in a trend dubbed by biologists the 'empty forest syndrome'. Whether it’s the ground pangolin or the beautiful okapi in Africa or the tasty frogs and snails in Europe, a big number of these popularly consumed animal species are also becoming threatened.

Roads established and maintained by logging concessions have intensified hunting by providing hunters greater access to relatively unexploited populations of forest wildlife and by lowering hunters' costs to transport bush meat to market

The ivory trade and other animal body parts is one of the world’s largest wildlife trade, you can blame the Pygmies, the Maasai morans, the local medicine men or the bush men who live in these animal habitat as they  have a good of knowledge about the beautiful wildlife found in many of these unprotected animal habitats for killing or hunting these animals for food  but at the same time when their lives it as stake these local people are victims of circumstances and are sometimes hired as hunting guides and the results are as good as a few dollars worth in the pocket and for the rest of the world, its another endangered animal becoming extinct.

At the same time these tribes or local people who have been living in these animal habitat while adopting to chance as a result of overgrazing or the general development and needs of the locals, when it comes to farming as a new way of life, deforestation and clearing of these animal habitat and breeding grounds always close the migratory routs thereby making these wild animals even prone to attacks and to be a danger to the local as well. While in may African countries the chances of being compensated for a loss of life or property due to a dangerous wild animal attack are pain staking the local man to look for alternatives with many uncertainties from a place where he had been there from his great grand fathers.

Even if poaching of wild animals is to be stopped just like any other crime or organized crime in the society efforts have to be made whether engaging the African countries and the Asian countries which face the same fate in terms of poaching but at the same time man being a social animal, whether in a civil society or in the west, circumstances such as natural calamities and unwanted civil wars many animals both endangered and near endangered animals are either looted from zoos, animal sanctuaries and animal reserves as well. People tend to take opportunities like these and for those who are trigger happy end up killing elephants, hippos, apes, primates the big cats and other crawling and moving animals or wildlife in these habitats.

Why was there a big outcry during the proposed construction of the Serengeti highway? Some of the basic reasons as many of the African countries face and the world at large are that when people construct many of these roads which pass through forests or national parks, the onset of construction of logging roads, whether in the Mountains of the Moon or the slopes of Mount Kenya always open these interior wildlife rich forest areas to exploitation by poachers. The cheap and local poaching weapons with abundant wildlife are just the perfect conditions for poaching. With no one to man these protected forests and animal heavens poachers have no problems crossing national boundaries so long as the demand for wildlife meat or animal parts is there.

As the world is increasingly becoming aware about poaching and the devastation it does to the environment, the animals left behind and to the general outlook of the country, there are a few good men and women who have managed to bring this to the world community.

Despite the fact that something is being done about the ivory poaching in Africa, other animals which face the same fate are also included in many of these grants that have been provided technical and financial assistance. On the other hand the effort being made always face obstacles in the implementation of the real protection of animals. With vested interest in many of the funds being given with little ongoing support for implementation some of these projects just stagnate and do not prove to be fruitful. On the other hand well wishers make symbolic animal adoption to help save some of the world's most endangered animals from extinction and support a trend which has been inspiring many people ranging from movie stars and other prominent people in many parts of the world. Many people have visited these animal sanctuaries in their natural habitat and have felt in love with them. Because they are not able to take the animals away from their natural habitat, the money they put helps in the protection of these animals while at the same time other animals can also be take care of.

In Africa and the world at large, the poaching of endangered species whether in the protected animal habitat, in the zoo or in your backyard is a serious threat to the world’s biodiversity. In order to help save the wildlife of Africa and the rest of the world, good communication education and information has to be shared. The locals have to be involved in many of these grassroots projects. Whether is a national park or protected animal areas, improved management of these protected areas is just a milestone to this fight of wildlife of Africa:  Poaching Endangered animals under the satellite with the latest anti-poaching technology to catch those responsible local and international levels of cooperation with law enforcement agencies, such as the police, customs and the judiciary, to tackle the taming of the worlds forest with all its beautiful animals flora and fauna.

"What do you think should be the headlines in the newspaper in the near distant future?"

“December 20, 2012. Africa. Bush meat banned in countries of Africa

“November 19, 2013. Asian. Scientist discover that elephant ivory and rhino horns do not cure cancer”

“October 18, 2014. World News. All locals have been given the power to protect and give full rights to all animals”

Would this be good news or one’s man meat is another mans poison? Let’s make this earth a better place. Animals are part of us as we are part of them and we all need to share this earth in peace.

The killing of these animals will only stop if we stop buying their products

Let’s love all animals in order to save all
Poaching of elephants in national parks and game reserves needs all the animal 
protection from poachers. Beautiful Family of African Bush Elephants taking a
 mud bath in Tsavo East National Park, KenyaPic by: Mgiganteus

Protection of Kenya lions faces tiff competition with poachers of elephants wining
 the battle Samburu Elephants, Beautiful wild life of Kenya Pic by: Michael Nichols

Animal competition forces elephants to be vulnerable to poachers during the elephant 
migration. A herd of elephants makes its way through swamp grass in Kenya's Amboseli 
National Park. Image by George Steinmetz

Friday, 13 July 2012

Cheetah Hunting speed and the Fastest man in the world

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Cheetah The King of Sprinting in the African Savannah

Cheetah Family: Felidae Genus: Acinonyx Species: Jubatus 
The world's fastest land mammal baby wildlife animals
No where in the world can you find an animal which is as swift and agile other than the African Savannah cheetahs. These beautiful endangered cheetahs have seen the days when they were hunted for their beautiful hides and skins during the early centuries. Did you know that cheetahs once lived in Europe, Asia, Russia and North America? What is so common between the cheetah and the current fastest man in the world? is it the speed that they all have in common? How about the great looks that the cheetah and the fastest man has. Well it it is not the size and the strength of the animal? what makes the cheetah always excel in running great speeds in order to have that meal of the day which might be hard to come by? Just like the fastest man in the world, its not just the beautiful living environment and the spectacular training facilities that make a man the best or to be able to excel in sports such as track and field.  

The cheetah has a leaner body, longer legs, and as the "greyhound" 
animal picture Masai Mara national park kenya
The cheetah, one of Africa's greatest cats has always captured the eyes of many. For all African safari animal lovers, the glimpse of capturing the Cheetah in its hunting spree and in its natural habitat  is just a perfect moment of a beautiful African Savannah safari where as each and every cheetah's move is just a perfect shot being captured with the latest cameras, mobile and movie devices. The cheetah with all its speed in the pursuit of its daily meal comes at a price when all that the cheetah has hunted vanishes in front of  him and with little consolation the visible cheetah tear marks shows it all as  day well spent in the wilderness. While life in the African wilderness for the cheetah is always determined with the availability of other animals of prey, the different weather condition at its disposal during the feeding and breeding grounds and the competition with other predators, life in the world for the fastest runner just like the cheetah comes with injuries, rivalries from the habitat which culminate in motivation and perfection which earned after a decade of trial and era. 

Cheetah Description amazing qualities
The cheetah has weak jaws and small teeth animal picture wild animal baby 
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The cheetah just like many of the big cats and small cats species has a slender. It is this cheetah characteristic which has made the cheetah to excel in the art of movement in the African plains and many of the worlds forests where the cheetah once used to call home as part of its feeding and breeding grounds. Like many of the greatest sprinters in the world, all the athletes who have always been the fastest runners in the world have long legs while the cheetah is blessed with long legs and at the same time a long body as well. Having a look in the wilderness with a cheetah standing within a stone throw, you will get the idea how agile the cheetah is. As a matter of fact, any athlete who knows how to sprint will have some fine pair of legs in order to pushes himself to the limit and gain speeds of high quality while at the same time using less energy. The cheetah king of speed with its long legs and the perfect paws for running is just the perfect weapon for survival in the African wilderness.

The cheetah's long and muscular tail acts as a stabilizer or rudder for balance 
to counteract its body weight, preventing it from rolling over and spinning 
out in quick, fast turns during a high-speed chaseAfrican safari dangerous 
What’s the difference between a cheetah with some of the snake species found in the African Savannah? Unless you look very closer to the cheetah’s tail then you can be able to spot the difference. The cheetahs tail has beautiful spots that merge to form four to six dark rings at the end. The cheetahs tail as unique as it is just like the lion’s tail which is the center stage in the lion cubs playmate, the cheetah’s tail gives it all the supper qualities it needs to be able to make all those great hunting turns and curves while the cheetah is hunting animals and running away from the different predators.  

Cheetahs cannot fight larger predators such as lions leopards and hyenas to 
protect its kills or younganimal competition feeding animals
The elegant cheetah’s tail at a closer range ends in a beautiful bushy white tuft. The African savannah male cheetahs are blessed with a bigger tail as compared to the female cheetahs. While in most of the time people always want to distinguish between a male cheetah from a female cheetah, these small but difficult cheetah facts are some of the most difficult facts about cheetahs. Just as the lion which has an oversized head mostly covered with mane, the male cheetahs have smaller heads which is aerodynamic and helps them during the flight or fight situation as well. People have loved cheetahs for ages. A lot of people have trained these beautiful big cats and some of them as far as the African continent os concerned play and even raise cheetahs in their living environment. Remember its always better to live wild animals in the wild but there is always a time when man has to step in order to save the plight of these beautiful cheetahs which we love and are endangered.

The cheetah is classified as an endangered specie Masai Mara national park kenya
Going on an African animal safari to see cheetahs in their natural habitat and to see a cheetah attacking prey with all the great lips and jumps is a beautiful as your eyes can feast on but what are the chances of you seeing the babies of cheetah in the African jungles. As small as the cheetah babies are and as camouflage as they are, the chances of seeing these beautiful cheetah babies is second to none. Only and unless the mother cheetah is shifting its babies and going to look for another save zone for the baby cheetahs then the golden moment can reveal itself for you to see the cheetah cubs
The cheetah's coat is tan, or buff colored, with black spots measuring from 
78 to 1.85 inches across African safari dangerous animals
When the cute funny looking cheetah cubs are born, it’s always difficult to distinguish whether they are baby cheetahs or leopard babies. In most cases the coat of these beautiful dangerous newborn cheetah cubs is dark. A few good cheetah pictures have really inspired many people to help save the cheetah as people have become aware of the cheetah and with its vulnerability despite the cheetah being the fastest animal on land. The cheetah cubs coat has cute spots and makes them some of the most beautiful animals in the world.

The first few weeks of life for a baby cheetah and its mother are very crucial. Cheetah predators living in the cheetah habitat will always attack the cheetah with its new born babies. The smell of blood always attracts different animals of pray in the wilderness like the way the safari ants move their colony.

The cheetah’s Height: 30+ inches at shoulder Weight: 69-140 lbs. Body length: 
4 feet Tail length: 28.5 inch African animals images
For protection of the hot and cold African savannah weather, the cheetah cubs are born with a thick yellowish-gray coat. Just like the mane of a horse which extends from the top of the head to the shoulders, the baby cheetah’s mantle just like the horses mane, grows and extends along the cute cheetah’s back. With little protection and vulnerable to the dangerous animals which roam the African jungles, small reptiles, birds of prey and carnivorous animals will always not hesitate to make a meal out of the little baby cheetah but the dark coat of the cub gives it an advantage to easily blend and give it protection from other animals of prey away from the protection of its mother.
How does nature protect these beautiful cheetah cubs? With all survival mechanisms at their disposals there are many myths and facts about cheetah with their tear marks and other cheetah fun facts about their coat

The cheetah is often mistaken for a leopard. Its distinguishing marks are the 
long teardrop-shaped lines on each side of the nose from the corner of its 
eyes to its mouth animal African safari dangerous animals picture
The baby cheetah’s mantle gives it all the protection it needs while it is on its own. With the different long and short rains in the African savannah, people used to say when you see a rainbow and the sunshine at the same time a cheetah is born. Whether cheetahs are born during the rainy season or the dry season, it has its own advantage. As a matter of fact, when these cute little cubs are born the mantle always acts as a thermostatic umbrella against rain leaving the cheetah cub dry from the inside and helps it from getting cold and shivering to death. If the cubs are bon when the sun is overhead at the equator, the mantle protects it from the overhead sun and thereby cooling the cute cub and from exhaustion from heat.

Beautiful cheetahs in beautiful animal habitat animal competition Kruger 
animals protection of endangered species black and white pictures
What are the best survival techniques or qualities for many of the African wild animals while they are in their natural environment? If an animal cannot be seen that’s a very quality as it gives you a chance to walk away from the danger in the wild. If you cannot be able to outrun your predator you just need to blend in with the natural environment and this is a true fact with the baby cheetahs. The mantle of the baby cheetah blends with the golden savannah vegetation which always looks like dead dry grass. How about if the animal attack is imminent? Because animals use their natural instincts and from experiences which they have been instilled with, a lion will always run away from a snake while a mighty elephant will head for the hills when he sees a rat. 

Cute little cheetah cub African safari animals famous big cats animal cats 
with mane picture Masai Mara national park Kenya animal images
Baby cheetahs at the same time look just like honey badger and no animal will dare play or mess with such a small dangerous animal as the results are always devastating. With such given facts about the bay cheetah at its disposal sometimes its sheer luck as to how these beautiful animals survive in the wild where only the rules of the animal jungle prevail and survival for the fittest. Despite the fact that the mantle shades away when the cheetah cubs are almost three months old this beautiful survival cheetah quality will keep on protecting the cute growing cub till the age of two.

The most dangerous fame in the African wilderness of bigcats and the big five 
animals of Africa African photo safari protection of endangered species
Kenya animals pictures
A cheetah is an incredible animal whether it is in its natural habitat or in captivity. Very few people have managed to capture this cheetah in action. With its great speed and agility, taking great photographs about cheetahs has always been a challenge to many photographers on a safari but that has not deterred these cheetah and animal photographers to capture the beautiful moments when the cheetah is running and ready to attack its prey.

Cheetah one of the most dangerous animal in South Africa and one of the most 
deadliest animals in the world animal images
Guess what a cheetah can accelerate from zero to 40 mph in three strides. Is that first enough to capture the animals being hunted by surprise? How about giving it a try and cloaking full speed of 70 mph in seconds. Does any animal have that chance of evading the cheetah in the wild with such speed?  With the fact that the cheetah runs only with one foot at a time touching the ground gives the cheetah the added advantage of being the fastest animal on land.

beautiful cheetah in the wild animal safari pictures of Mara African 
safari dangerous animals African animals images
The African savanna land where most cheetahs are found is the best training ground for the cheetah and for the cheetah to show its speed potentials. Good hunting techniques and training grounds gives the cheetah the perfect cheetah’s antiquates as the fastest animal in the world. With its in built qualities such as the cheetah’s heart which is the core of speed, this amazing creature has a very powerful heart at its disposal. Just like any good athlete, a strong powerful heart with healthy lungs is just one of the best qualities for a perfect runner like a cheetah.

African Savannah animals beautiful cheetah in the wild cheetah face pictures
All cheetahs have strong powerful hearts which is needed for their great speed. A big liver to process all the energy needed and used is just an added advantage for the cheetah.
As far as the cheetahs face profile is concerned, the cheetah has a small head which almost resembles like a house cat. Like any other flat nose dangerous dogs, the cheetah has a flat face which has worked for its advantage and for its survival as well.

Cheetah protection and animal competition of hunting grounds with lions
 hyenas and leopards endangered animal pics
The cheetah’ face with its beautiful tear marks has the perfect eyes which are positioned for maximum vision and the expansion in the Savannah at its disposal not forgetting a perfect nose for the cheetah needed to take in all the fresh air needed while in flight. All good runners have a narrow body which helps to prevent drag. The cheetah’s body is narrow and slender with the perfect feet for running.

Cheetah population and distribution
Beautiful cheetah family. the most beautiful cheetahs in
an African animal safari cheetah adoption pictures
Where in the world do you have the largest population or the largest number of cheetahs? Africa and specially east Africa is know for its big game and the famous Africa’s big five. At the same time, Kenya is one of the best countries where these wild cheetahs and other animals are given almost the freedom they need to roam the land. Tanzania with its diverse cheetah population is another destination for cheetah. But with little information coming in about the cheetah population in the wild and inn captivity, many researches about the cheetah conservation and the cheetah protection estimate that in 1900, more than 100,000 cheetahs were found in at least 44 countries throughout Africa in countries such as Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Sudan, South Africa, Angola, Zimbabwe Namibia and Asia in countries such as Iran. Kenya being known as the land with the best flora and fauna people might think that Kenya is home to the world's largest remaining population of cheetah. 
Wild species cheetah pets in captivity with less animal competition 
with loss of natural habitat animals in the Savannah

Cheetahs playing in the African Savannah grassland beautiful animal 
safari picture  pictures of animals in Africa
This could have been the true facts but when we look closely, Namibia is in fact the country with the largest number of cheetahs in the world.  When we talk about the present cheetah population, these beautiful animals have seen their good days and their bad days both in the wilderness and in captivity. The number of cheetahs is almost extinct in around 20 countries. Who is to blame for the extinction of the cheetah in these countries? If at the moment, there are almost 10,000 cheetahs remaining in the world what preventive measurers are being in cooperated to see that the cheetah population keeps on increasing for the future generation? Despite the fact that the cheetah is considered to be an endangered species the demand for the cheetah leather and cheetah body parts is still lucrative in many worlds’ market. Cheetah hunting for trophies is still permitted in some of the countries where these animals have had a history of the cheetah’s population almost being wiped out.

little cheetah learning how to hunt in the bush. Baby cheetahs are always under a
ttack when mom is away cheetah face pictures
As far as the cheetah’s habitat feeding and breeding grounds are concerned, Africa was the place where most of the cheetahs were found way back in history. The cheetahs range and hunting grounds covered areas from the tip of Africa to the beautiful coast of South Africa as they extended to the east coast of Africa and many parts of West Africa. Are there any cheetahs in the world's most natural zoo? despite efforts being geared up to help the plight of the cheetahs, its at such places in Zaire at Nandankanan means "Garden of Gods ". Nandankanan zoo is considered as the world's best natural zoo, where animals are not kept in cages instead they are confined in open area with four sides surrounding with water trench.

fastest cheetah in the world with its little baby animal competition Kruger 
animals protection of endangered species black and white pictures
In other parts, the Mediterranean region was also home to the fastest animals in the world. How did these great animals have such a big range? Was it because their speed took them miles and miles where they could easily get and hunt their food? Was competition with other animals such as the African lion and the beautiful leopard had an advantage over the cheetah with its slim body? Despite the fact that the cheetah being one of the most popular dangerous animals of its kind way back in history, this cat species with only a few of its offspring remaining in the world, you find that the cheetah  in many parts of Asia is nearly extinct due to luck of proper feeding and breeding grounds for the cheetah.

Big cats playing animal rescue save the cheetah cheetah face pictures
There are very few countries in Africa where the concentration of the cheetah in their habitat is abundant. There are many reasons as to why the cheetah’s population is going down or has been going down despite many cheetah conservation efforts worldwide.  The beautiful African savanna land home of the big five and the big cats has seen a demise in its habitat. The land caring capacity for the cheetah has kept of shrinking such that the cheetah’s food web has taken different turns. 

Cheetah some of the most dangerous animal attacks in
Uganda Zaire Zimbabwe Tanzania and Kenya animal pic 
Humans and mainly the Maasai tribes who live within the protected cheetah habitat have always had conflicts with the cheetahs and hence some of the number of cheetah being killed when they attack the Maasai’s livestock. As a pastoralist tribe the Maasais of east Africa have lives these dangerous beautiful animals for ages. They have known when to attack one another and how to attack but with many people venturing in the cheetah’s habitat in search of wood and other raw material, its such activities which lure people into settling in the vicinity of the cheetah’s country and hence a clash of habitat and domination. 

Cheetahs beautiful dangerous cats of Africa and Asia African predators 
animal images
While the Maasais are not the only enemies of the cheetahs not forgetting the poachers who work day and night to skin the cheetahs alive, the survival for the fittest and the basic rule of the jungle is the dominant factor for the demise in the cheetah’s population. Competition of the cheetah with the other wild animals makes the cheetah a lesser animal in the food web. While the African lion takes the lion’s share, the cheetah has to work hard in hunting to feed itself with its cubs in order to make it,

The fastest animal has to compete with the king of the jungle and at the same tome the cheetah has to compete with the animal which has the strongest jaws on land.

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Animal competition for food makes the cheetah habitat to be at stake hence 
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Nearing full speed, the cheetah is running at about 3 strides per second 
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